KENNEL, CHARLES Distinguished Professor Degrees: B.S., Harvard College
Ph.D., Princeton University, New Jersey
Research Interests: Global environmental science
Space plasma physics
Courses Recently Taught: SIO 209: Special Topics
SIO209: Special Topics Honors and Awards: Special Founderís Award, Partnership for the Observation of the Global Ocean, 2008 C. P. Snow Lecturer, Christís College, University of Cambridge, 2007 NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, 2006 Hannes Alfven Medal (first), European Geophysical Society, 1998 William T. Pecora Award for Group Achievement: TOPEX/Poseidon Team, 1998 James Clerk Maxwell Prize, American Physical Society, 1997 Aurelio Peccei Medal, Environmental Science, Accademia Lincei (Italian Academy of Science), Rome, 1996 NASA Distinguished Service Medal, 1996 The 13th Annual William F. Marlar Memorial Lecture, Rice University, 1995 Faculty Research Lecturer, University of California, Los Angeles, 1993 NASA Group Achievement Award: Galileo Gaspra Encounter Team, 1993 NASA Group Achievement Award: Voyager Plasma Wave Experiment Team, 1990 Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, 1987 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow, 1968-70 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, 1965-66 W. C. Peyton Advanced Fellow, Princeton, 1963-64 Harry K. Thaw Fellow, Princeton, 1962-63 Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Princeton, 1959-61 Harvard National Scholar, 1955-59 Publications: top
1997. Keeping watch on the earth: An integrated global observing strategy. Consequences: 3(2):20-32.
1999. Substorm detonation. Journal of Geophysical Research: 104:10,221-10,231.
2001. Three successful modes of research governance: Lessons from the past, issues of the present, implications for the future. Governance in Higher Education, The University in a State of Flux,: W. Z. Hirsch and L. E. Weber, Eds., London, Economica Lt
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